One of the features of Typepad is that you can check how your visitors found your site (I believe most blog hosts offer this service). Thus I know whether someone searched for "Nick Joaquin" on Google and then visited torn and frayed.
It's quite fun to trace your visitors in this way and I check quite often. Most of the searches that lead here are fairly logical -- people looking for "Philippine elections", that sort of thing -- but every once in a while there's a weird one. Last week someone arrived via a search for "Manila sex" and this morning I was rather startled to find that a search for "Beirut hostages AND buggery" on Yahoo had led straight to my innocent little site. Torn and frayed was even the first site on Yahoo's list. Wow. (I had mentioned "Beirut hostages" in my post on the returning Japanese hostages and linked to a site called "Buggery.org" in an earlier post.) Well, that's another reason not to buy Google shares.
It's the AND that I like.